Rostov Airport

Rostov Airport in Russia

Design: Twelve Architects

Rostov Airport Wins Approval

The new Rostov on Don airport in southern Russia, designed by London-based practice Twelve Architects, has been granted Proekt, full approval for the design to move ahead to construction.

Harbour Heights

Harbour Heights Residence in Nova Scotia

Design: Omar Gandhi Architect

Sitting atop a hillside adjacent to the Inverness Harbour and MacIsaac’s Pond, the cedar clad minimalist gable overlooks the town of Inverness and the critically acclaimed Cabot Links golf course.

Maggie's Lanarkshire

Reiach and Hall, Architects

Maggie’s Lanarkshire

Reiach and Hall director Neil Gillespie described the walls as embracing the building, a simple, subtle concept, not a one-liner. This subtle, embracing attitude permeates the design: the rooms are well-proportioned, the furnishings are tasteful and providing what I feel (for this specific typology) just the right amount of colour and pattern.

Enterprise And Research Hub

Enterprise and Research Hub, Inverness

Design: Sheppard Robson

Work has started on the Sheppard Robson-designed Enterprise and Research Hub on the Inverness Campus, Scotland. The new 4,800sqm development will create facilities for the University of Highlands and Islands as well as a headquarters for Highlands and Islands Enterprise.

Glass Cube

Glass Cube in Giussano, Italy

Design: Ron Gilad

A gallery, a showroom, a space that conveys the Molteni identity. Molteni&C commissioned Ron Gilad to design the Glass Cube, in its production unit in Giussano.

Humanity Epicenter

Humanity EpiCenter Expansion in Boston

Design: Behnisch Architekten

Artists for Humanity’s expansion in Boston’s Innovation District will be a pioneering and iconic facility that generates more energy than it uses. Flagship building will support programs for under-resourced youth that promote self-sufficiency.

Lake Lugano House

Lake Lugano House in Switzerland

Design: JM Architecture

Lying on the slope of a hill, on the shores of Lake Lugano, the villa consists of two volumes organized on different levels due to the particular topography of the site.

Exhibition noAarchitecten. Encounters

Exhibition noAarchitecten. Encounters

Exhibition by Flemish Architecture Institute and deSingel

A contemplative study room for students in Hasselt turns out to have been a prison cell. A facade introduces reading into the city and gives the Plantin-Moretus Museum collection a (protective) face. In their projects, noAarchitects try to go beyond the visual experience to arrive at an all-round spatial experience.